Wilderness survival, if you break down or get yourself temporarily misplaced, is always a challenge, and the most important piece of survival equipment you can have along is the determination not to give up. But- having the right gear along always raises the odds of getting out alive, and the Henry U.S. Survival Rifle will be there with you when you need help. The Henry Survival Pack comes together as a grab & go package that’s designed to cover the basic essentials. The Henry Survival Pack is organized around the 3.5-pound black Survival pack AR-7, a very lightweight semi-auto .22LR rifle that breaks down for carry in its 16.5-inch own compact and water-resistant lightweight ABS plastic, and features the ability to stow three magazines onboard for small game foraging.
To help hang on while you’re scrounging for local edibles, the Survival Pack includes a highly concentrated Datrex 1000-calorie emergency food packet, containing four 250-calorie bars of all-natural ingredients, sealed in a polymer foil package and certified to stay fresh for a minimum of five years. Water? If you can find it, you can safely drink it with the two-ounce LifeStraw Personal Water Filter that’s good for removing 99.9% of waterborne protozoan parasites, and 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria, from up to 264 gallons of water.
Fire is a multi-purpose lifesaver; it can cook, it can dry wet clothes, it can warm you up, it can provide light in the dark and it can signal to searchers. To help start that fire, an ESEE Fire Steel for use in conjunction with your preferred sparking medium, a flint or a ferro rod. To help with skinning a rabbit or squirrel for the campfire, or to whittle roasting sticks or kindling, Henry includes a Buck Rival folding knife with 2.75-inch stainless steel blade, black nylon handle, one-handed thumb stud opening.
For warmth, signaling, and shelter building you’ll also find an H&H Mylar Emergency Hypothermia Blanket, silver-sided on front and back, that folds its 84”x56” size into a small fat vacuum-sealed packet for stowage; and 100 feet of MIL-C-5040H Type III green camo paracord to tie it all together with, break down for fishing line, or use for other cordage needs. And, as the core of your own first aid kit, you get a SWAT-T black stretch, wrap, and tuck tourniquet that doubles as a pressure bandage and elastic covering wrap.
All items are quality-made here in the U.S. and ships with the AR-7 packed inside the black nylon Henry U.S. Survival Carry Case, which also just happens to perfectly fit the Henry Repeating Survival Kit in a tin. There’s a place in your backpack, truck, ATV, or snowmobile for this Survival Pack; don’t wait till you need it and don’t have it.
|Manufacturer Part Number||H002BSGB|
|Brand||Henry Repeating Arms|
|Caliber||22 Long Rifle|
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